In the December 2017 issue of Georgia Trend, Ken Thrasher, one of Bennett Thrasher’s co-founders, discusses the creation of the BT Foundation and the impact it has made on the Atlanta community, as well as the firm internally.
With some of the most dramatic changes in US taxation in over 30 years forthcoming, individuals
and businesses should take time to reassess their tax planning for 2017 and future years to
determine how they will be affected.
As Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have stormed through Texas and the Southeast, the aftermath may have left you still dealing with considerable physical damage to multiple units. Even if your business was spared from significant impact, you may have been affected due to power outages, road closures or mandatory evacuations.
In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Bennett Thrasher is recognized for being an accounting firm that respects and is aware of the importance of offering a work-life balance to its employees
Bennett Thrasher LLP, one of the largest full-service public accounting and consulting firms in the United States, is pleased to announce that Accounting Today has ranked it No. 2 in the large firms category on its 2017 list of Best Accounting Firms to Work For.
In a recent article published in the Construction Financial Management Association’s Bottom Lines newsletter, Chad Graves discusses how businesses can benefit when they efficiently use technology and analytics.
Peter Stathopoulos, head of Bennett Thrasher’s Entertainment Practice, will be speaking on December 7 at the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “Best in Film” Event.
In a recent article published in Oz Magazine, a publication that focuses on Georgia’s entertainment and media industries, Peter Stathopoulos, head of Bennett Thrasher’s Entertainment Practice, discusses the new Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act.
By now, you are most likely aware that Volkswagen ran afoul with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) but what you may not know are the details that serve as a cautionary tale for U.S. companies.
Multinational firms have historically sought to establish transfer pricing policies that comply with the local transfer pricing rules and regulations while also helping to facilitate strategic objectives that drive profitability.
In the most recent edition of the KSU School of Accountancy Brochure, several Bennett Thrasher associates are recognized for their contributions and achievements.
Peter Stathopoulos, head of the Entertainment practice at Bennett Thrasher, discusses the newly adopted Georgia film tax credit regulations and what they mean for production companies in Georgia.